In one of our most anticipated sequels of 2019 Jonathan French has brought back the hoof of mongrels we fell in love with in The Grey Bastards.
Benedict Patrick’s imagination is impressively wild and his books will always entertain the reader with places and people that are far beyond mundane.
A Grimdark fantasy that represents the best in mixing horror and magic. Michael R. Fletcher has written an amazing book about the devastation left by a war of gods. Filled with forced oppression, and the sacrifice of millions. Gods, who in desperation to save their worshipers, created a city in which the remains of mankind …
The second book of the Isevale Cycle is so riveting it actually surpasses book one. Time travel presents a challenge to the author and reader alike. D.B. Jackson has mastery of the pitfalls and gives us a story that only continues to ramp up in tension from beginning to end. @ DavidBCoe @angryrobot
This is our new monster mash. Greta Helsing (yes, that Helsing) has stepped into her father's shoes as doctor to the undead in present day London where the vampires are not sparkly, the mummies have arthritic breakdown, and the elderly ghoul leader is on anti-depressants.
A bloody tale filled with well told hardships, untold luxury, and a fading empire that worships death. A must read for lovers of Grimdark.
This anthology, revolving around a crystal theme, contains works from some of our favorite historical fantasy, steampunk, and gaslamp authors. It gives you a really good peek into the novel worlds of each author contribution. Some may be familiar, some will be new to discover. Caught in Crystal is available now for pre-order and releases June …
This is a smart, exciting story that fools you into thinking it’s mundane and then demons, sorcerers, godlings, and all manner of terrifying creatures turn all those notions inside out and does it with a good dose of snarky humor.
This incredible author couldn’t remain our secret for long. (As though shouting about We Ride the Storm in 5 star reviews and the finalist status it has reached in SPFBO4 could keep something this good under wraps.)
This book takes the typical trope of the wayward, desperate, poor who topple the mightiest in power, and raises it to a whole new level.